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Schultz B.D, Choi S.G, Palmstrom C.J.  2006.  Embedded growth mode of thermodynamically stable metallic nanoparticles on III-V semiconductors. Applied Physics Letters. 88
Schultz B.D, Adelmann C., Dong X.Y, McKernan S., Palmstrom C.J.  2008.  Phase formation in the thin film Fe/GaAs system. Applied Physics Letters. 92
Schultz B.D, Palmstrom C.J.  2006.  Embedded assembly mechanism of stable metal nanocrystals on semiconductor surfaces. Physical Review B. 73
Schultz B.D, Adelmann C., Dong X.Y, McKernan S., Palmstrom C.J.  2008.  Phase formation in the thin film Fe/GaAs system. Applied Physics Letters. 92:091914-1-3.
Schmidt D.R, Ibbetson J.P, Brehmer D.E, Palmstrom C.J, Allen S.J.  1997.  Giant magnetoresistance of self-assembled ErAs islands in GaAs. Magnetic Ultrathin Films, Multilayers and Surfaces - 1997 Symposium. :251-6.
Sands T., Harbison J.P, Palmstrom C.J, Ramesh R., Keramidas V.G.  1991.  A template approach to metal/III-V semiconductor epitaxy. Heteroepitaxy of Dissimilar Materials Symposium. :271-82.
Sands T., Harbison J.P, Chan W.K, Schwarz S.A, Chang C.C, Palmstrom C.J, Keramidas V.G.  1988.  EPITAXIAL-GROWTH OF GAAS/NIAL/GAAS HETEROSTRUCTURES. Applied Physics Letters. 52:1216-1218.
Sands T., Palmstrom C.J, Harbison J.P, Keramidas V.G, Tabatabaie N., Cheeks T.L, Ramesh R., Silberberg Y..  1990.  Stable and epitaxial metal/III-V semiconductor heterostructures. Material Science Reports. 5:99-170.
Sands T., Harbison J.P, Schwarz S.A, Palmstrom C.J, Tabatabaie N., Chan W.K, Keramidas V.G.  1988.  STRUCTURE AND STABILITY OF ULTRATHIN NIAL FILMS IN (AL,GA)AS/NIAL/(AL,GA)AS HETEROSTRUCTURES. Journal of Electronic Materials. 17:S23-S23.
Sands T., Harbison J.P, Ramesh R., Palmstrom C.J, Florez L.T, Keramidas V.G.  1990.  INTERFACE CRYSTALLOGRAPHY AND STABILITY IN EPITAXIAL METAL (NIAL, COAL)/III-V SEMICONDUCTOR HETEROSTRUCTURES. Materials Science and Engineering B-Solid State Materials for Advanced Technology. 6:147-157.

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